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Energy: July 2014
Guide to the oil and gas and power industries in the Four Corners
Updated: 07/01/2014 11:04:07 AM MDT
Navajo Oil and Gas revenues increase
TECO buys New Mexico Gas Company for $950 million
Flaring is a part of making natural gas usable
One man's invention could reduce emissions to near zero levels for natural gas compressors
Encana and WPX report positive earnings for the first quarter
New Mexico Energy Secretary calls for updated regulations for recycled water use
Recently concluded 2014 Four Corners Oil and Gas Conference was the largest ever
The Jicarilla Apache Nation creates its own electric utility to better serve its members and communities
More than $600 million investment pledged to increase oil production in San Juan Basin
API presentation at Four Corners Oil and Gas conference covers energy policy advocacy
San Juan College School of Energy dean to present at the oil and gas conference
Navajo Oil and Gas increase company's worth
The Four Corners Oil and Gas Conference may be the biggest yet
Oil and gas account for $1.7 billion of state's general fund
Merrion Oil and Gas teaches students about evaluating oil and gas wells
Unions worry about jobs with pending closure of San Juan County power plant units
Navajo Transitional Energy Company seeks to provide stable source of coal for the future
Energy forecast in San Juan County is a mixed bag for oil, gas and coal
Leadership New Mexico program graduates two local professionals.
Design work on Thoreau railhead to begin soon
Rising natural gas prices does not portend a spike in the industry, say officials
Read the June 2014 issue of Energy.
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